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We are hiring!

Apply online to be our Children's Programming and Development Coordinator.

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Meeting Room Reservations

Reserve one of our meeting spaces for your meeting or nonprofit event!

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Find out what's happening at the library!

Never miss an event! Check out our new clickable calendar and download events with Google.

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Your Virtual Library

We've just added a new resource to the virtual library - HOOPLA! Find this and more:

Online Catalog

 

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9 AM - 7 PM

Friday: 9 AM - 6 PM

Saturday: 9 AM - 6 PM

Closed Sunday

Reserve a Meeting Room

To reserve one of the meeting rooms in the library, you must fill out this form. We only reserve rooms for NON-PROFIT organizations.

Reserve a Meeting Room Online

Text a Librarian

Text 580-670-2205 to talk in real time with a librarian. Renew your books, check the summary of your account, or ask a reference question. You can also email us at refdesk@enid.org

  

Events Calendar

Want to know what's going on each month at the library?

View our new clickable Events Calendar!

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We are part of the Federal Depository Library Program. View helpful links for federal documents.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Join in our 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program to build a love of reading and earn prizes along the way!

Learn more.

Childrens' News & Activities

Enid Public Library offers a variety of activities for children of all ages.

Bouncy Babies and Little Wigglers

Elementary

Homework Help

Teen & Tween News & Activities

Activities for teens at the library are for students in grades 6-12. Tween activities include students 10 & up.

Teens

Tweens

Adult News & Activities

Get the scoop on programs, workshops and more!

Adult Classes, Workshops, and Activities

Services for Adults

Enid Library Recent Additions

2020 Census Jobs

By Michaelene | Oct 22, 2019 | Comments Off on 2020 Census Jobs
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It’s important that everyone in the community is accounted for. Here are a few things the Census helps us determine: The amount of funding that schools receive for school books, school lunch programs and school supplies. The allotment of electors given to each State. How much funding each state receives…

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Fall Break Fun for K-5th grade

By Michaelene | Oct 8, 2019 | Comments Off on Fall Break Fun for K-5th grade
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Are you ready for Fall break? We are at the Enid Public Library! Join us October 16-18 for fun for all elementary students. STEM We’ll have two STEM classes. One for K-2nd grade students on October 16 @ 2:00 PM, and one for 3rd-5th grade students on October 17 @…

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Trick or Treat at the library!

By Michaelene | Oct 2, 2019 | Comments Off on Trick or Treat at the library!

Get in the Halloween spirit, and join the Enid Public Library as we host a trick or treat! All children from Movers & Shakers and Story Time will meet at the library, trick or treating with the library staff, before heading over to the courthouse. Join us Wednesday, October 30th…

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Become a Friend of the Library!

By Michaelene | Oct 1, 2019 | Comments Off on Become a Friend of the Library!
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Did you know about our Friends of the Library group? Who are they? The Enid Friends of the Library Club was established in 1938 by the Enid Carnegie library board member’s secretary, Mrs. Amy Carl. According to Mrs. Carl, the Friends were formed to: “maintain an association of persons interested…

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Frequently Asked Questions